Dining on the France, Henri Le Huédé, 1981: More than 300 recipes from the World’s Finest Restaurant. Preface by Craig Claiborne and Introduction by Joseph Wechsberg. Written by Chef Huédé after the luxury liner was retired. Published by the Vendome Press, New York, Paris and Lausanne. As you can imagine, the recipes are for scrumptious, elaborate dishes. Huédé has 19 pages of sauces alone! This is a hard covered book with dust jacket in nearly as-if-new condition. 255 pages. Pages are uniformly tanned, but otherwise completely clean and clear. Binding is sound. Not even shelf wear on the dust jacket! New York Times named the ship’s kitchen of the SS France as the finest in the world.
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